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Ice packs

  Long-lasting cooling performance
  Versatile in the food and medical sectors
  Attractive graduated prices and additional discounts possible for larger quantities
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  • Compact and portable cooling solution.
  • No need for external energy sources such as electricity or batteries.
  • Easy to use and reusable.
  • Easy and long-term storage compared to dry ice.
  • Affordable and functional.

The coolant inside the ice pack does undergo a phase transition when it cools down (latent heat storage). There are ice packs with different phase transition points. The most common phase transition point is analogous to water at around 0°C.
Other transition change points can be, for example: -18°C. Those ice packs are typically used to transport frozen food. But phase transitions at higher temperatures are a possibility as well! The different phase transitions are achieved by adding antifreeze or salts and will be balanced depending on the application. Phase transitions can be observed when the liquid inside the ice pack has become solid (usually frozen). It is normal for the ice pack to increase in volume. This is also referred to as “inflating” the ice pack. But don't worry, the PE plastics can withstand these shape changes without any problems.

  • Ice packs are usually already filled. These batteries are sealed with either a plastic cap or a plastic or metal foil. Some models do not have these seals because they are “welded without seams”. As a rule, all ice packs remain permanently sealed - regardless of the type of seal.
  • But there are also ice packs that have to be filled manually. Tap water is usually used for this. The advantage is obvious: When unfilled, they are very light and can therefore be easily transported. The downside is that the seal can be prone to leaking. In addition, handling is a little more complex due to the manual filling. Therefore it is mostly unsuitable for commercial use.
  • Ice packs are also available in different colors and shapes. The most common shape is and remains the rectangular one. In terms of color, blue, white and transparent plastics have become the norm.
  • The right ice pack for every purpose: The different fields of application, especially in the food or medical sectors, have produced ice packs with different phase changes and sizes. The grammages range, for example, from 90g to several kilograms (large latent heat storage). The phase transitions are, for example, between -30°C to +18°C.

  • Avoid high mechanical stress (contact with sharp edges, drops from a certain height onto hard ground, etc.).
  • Do not store ice packs outside the freezer compartment in direct sunlight.
  • Do not clean ice packs in a dishwasher.

  • Only use ice packs for their intended purpose: to cool food, drinks or medication, etc.
  • Do not put the ice packs under pressure (no squeezing or anything similar).
  • Only use frozen ice packs to cool injuries with a cloth or something similar (be sure to avoid direct skin contact with frozen ice packs!).
  • If the ice pack is damaged, empty the coolant completely down the drain and recycle the plastic container (do not reuse it!).
  • Wash hands after contact with leaked coolant.
  • In the event of direct contact with coolant on mucous membranes or in the eyes, immediately rinse thoroughly and consult a doctor. Keep calm: the coolant is non-toxic!

  • To charge, freeze the ice packs in a freezer or ice box.
  • Clean thoroughly after use and freeze again.
  • Ice packs can be recharged and reused as often as you like.

  • The size of ice packs varies depending on the field of use.
  • There are small and large models, depending on the use (the weight of the ice packs in our selection varies between 200g and 750g depending on the size).
  • The size should correspond to the specific requirements and conditions of the application.
  • Contact us to choose the right ice packs in line with your requirements.

  • The capacity indicates how much heat energy a cold pack can absorb and store.
  • It is measured in watt hours (Wh) or joules (J).
  • Higher capacity means more heat absorption and longer cooling.
  • The capacity should correspond to the specific requirements and conditions of the application.
  • Contact us to choose the right ice packs according to your requirements.

  • The performance of an ice pack refers to its ability to maintain the desired cooling temperature.
  • Higher performance enables more effective absorption and thermal energy.
  • Performance should match the specific requirements and conditions of the application.
  • Contact us to choose the right ice packs in line with your requirements.

  • Disposal of ice packs should be in accordance with local regulations.
  • Ice packs contain recyclable materials that should be sent to the appropriate recycling facilities. Therefore, avoid disposing of them with residual waste.

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